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Wii have a bit of a problem


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http://www.wiihaveaproblem.com/

You better duct-tape that controller to your hand, unless you want to spend endless amounts on new TVs.

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I'm gonna to say you have to be a pretty huge ratard to throw your Wiimote through your TV. You don't need to move it nearly that fast.

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Is it just me, or do these Wii things look like they're for people with a mental age of 10?
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Is it just me, or do these Wii things look like they're for people with a mental age of 10?
I think it's just you.

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Is it just me, or do these Wii things look like they're for people with a mental age of 10?
Why, because they're fun?
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this is what happens when you take steroids before your Wii game play.


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this is what happens when you take steroids before your Wii game play.
Teehee. I can see microsoft having doping problems with their upcoming Pacman world championships.
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Wow, thats amazing. I have no problems playing my Wii without throwing the remote, I dont know why these people get so excited. My little pony, even my 5 year old bro can play it without doing that!
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http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2006/11/29
this about sums it up.
note the mac keyboard at the top

If you use the strap on the Wiimote, and it still flies out of your hands, you shouldn't be allowed to tie your own shoe laces.

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how about an elastic cord/band that you hook to the remote? that way when you spaz out and huck it across the room it will spring back clock you in the head.. now that would solve the problem!


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how about an elastic cord/band that you hook to the remote? that way when you spaz out and huck it across the room it will spring back clock you in the head.. now that would solve the problem!
There's the answer. Problem Solved.

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